I recently started dating this guy who I am very much into. We text and talk almost all day and our dates end up being unusually long. He shows he's really into me too and tells me I'm beautiful and that he loves my company all the time.
He's from the Midwest and complete gentleman. Always opens doors, pays for dinners and cabs home, tells me how much he likes me and all of that. BUT he talks a bit feminine. He does have a manly voice but he is overly expressive when he talks, says "like" in almost every sentence, and ever so slightly smacks his lips when he talks. It's just the way he talks, nothing else about him I find gay. He talks about sports, he enjoys them, used to be a baseball coach, he is very manly about everything else. He can't even stop kissing me when I'm with him. This is not graphic but There are times if we are making out on the street or so and I can feel him get a boner (sorry if this is to much but I need to know)..
Over all this guys is perfect for me. Treats me like a queen and all its just the way he talks that scares me a bit and I'm looking for assurance. I do want to put it out there that I have nothing against gay people. I have friends that are gay and I absolutely love them. However, if I am dating the man then obviously I don't want him to gay.
Please give me serious answer only! Thank you
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Count your blessings that he's not like most male stereotypes, and never let him go! Stop nit picking, and looking for little faults or being suspicious. You will sabotage your own life with this type of critical thinking. This gentleman sounds like a GREAT guy. I mean really? He slightly smacks his lips or says "like" alot? So what. And so he's articulate and can actually express himself thoughtfully, rather than be the so-called strong and silent type? Ask yourself, do I want someone in my life who actually cares to talk to me, enjoys my company, is affectionate, and values an actual conversation with me. Seems like a no-brainer. Most women I bet would kill for a guy like him.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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